Luas; Dublin’s Timeline

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Luas; Dublin’s Timeline

Luas; Dublin's Timeline

Welcome to the Abarta Audioguide to Luas; Dublin’s Timeline. The Luas is Dublin’s light-rail transit service. The development of the Luas network saw some of the biggest infrastructure developments of modern Dublin. During the construction of the Luas lines, experienced teams of archaeologists monitored the works and carefully identified and excavated any archaeological remains that were encountered. Their meticulous records has revealed a wealth of new information about Dublin, and this audioguide helps to tell the story of what was revealed, along with the history of each area. The guide is broken into a series of tracks, with each track representing one of the Luas Stops along the central portion of the Luas Red and Green Lines; from Heuston Station in the west, to Charlemont in the east.

This guide has been produced on behalf of Transport Infrastructure Ireland by Abarta Heritage. It is narrated by Gerry O’Brien and Sharon Mannion.

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About the Author:

Neil is the managing director of Abarta Heritage. Neil is an experienced and licensed archaeologist who has excavated sites all over Ireland. He has authored many articles and publications to help promote Irish heritage, and has recently authored a guidebook for Ireland’s Ancient East for Collins Press. He is a member of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, and a board member of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland. Neil is passionate about helping to tell the story of Irish archaeology, history and culture in accessible and engaging ways.

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